‘Short Films Make the Cut at The Duke’s After Dark’ – News Piece and Related Interview by James Garside [The Argus]

Posted: February 24, 2012 in journalism
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Toby King, Duke of York's Picturehouse

Duke of York’s Picturehouse in Brighton have ditched trailers and adverts in favour of showing short films from local filmmakers before late-night screenings of cult classics in The Duke’s After Dark. Read the news piece and the full related interview with Toby King on the website for The Argus newspaper.

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  1. clvrwitch says:

    Fabulous, work, James! I’m so proud of your progress. I keep thinking I should update my blog. Or write another short story. Or an email. Or something. Unfortunately, English Comp II seems to be all I get accomplished. 😦

    Ah, well, no worries. Back to praise: you’re doing a fantastic job as a writer in the journalistic style, and, dare I say it, well on your way to setting the journalism world on it’s ear. 😉

  2. The After Dark idea sounds amazing. Brilliant interview, keep them coming!

    • Monkey Magick says:

      Hi Rumi, Great to hear from you! I finally took your advice and got off my behind – I’m doing a fast-track NCTJ in Journalism in Brighton, and in a similar way to you blogging about your process and course / creative projects, I’ve started posting the pieces I get published instead of writing about not writing! 😀 Much love, James

      • Great stuff, James, writing about not writing wasn’t as productive but this one here really shows your talent 🙂 Always good to see someone following their passion (and my advice :-P!)
        Keep posting, and we’ll keep reading!
        Love and hugs,
        Rumi

  3. bZirk says:

    I’m enjoying your pieces, and I have been to this cinema! It was a few years ago, and I may even have a photo of it floating around somewhere.

    • Monkey Magick says:

      Thanks! It’s a great cinema. I’m studying journalism in Brighton at the moment. Last time I went there was to see The Dark Crystal which was great (possibly the first film I fell in love with as a child; it was either that or Star Wars but I can’t remember which order I saw them).

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